About the course
This 2-hour introductory 'taster' session gives insight and a firsthand experience of Theory U - Leading from the Emerging Future.
No MBA nor Executive Training could have prepared us adequately for the degree of disruption and unpredictability we face. These times require very different leadership capabilities if we are to steer our organizations and people towards a future we want to live in. Actualizing this future, inspiring confidence, innovation, robustness and resourcefulness is what the U Method and Tools equip us to do, individually and collectively.
Building on two decades of action research at MIT, the U process guides individuals, teams, organizations and larger systems to build the essential capacities needed to address the root causes of today’s challenges. We show how to update the 'operating code' in order to shift from ego-system to eco-system leadership and action.
What this program will provide
- Origins in Systems Thinking and Organisational Learning
- Evolution of Societal Awareness and Regenerative Action
- Essential Leadership Competence: Listening and Dialogue
- The U as an approach and a process-method, with applied case story
- Moving to Action through Prototyping
Julie is an economist, change facilitator, and innovator in activating systemic transformation. As a PI core faculty member and senior consultant she works internationally, designing and hosting multi-stakeholder transition processes and leadership programs. Key initiatives include Ubuntu.Lab (Af...
Marian directs Programs and Capacity building for the Presencing Institute, working closely with Otto Scharmer in designing and delivering training programs and innovation labs around the world - including Presencing Foundation and Advanced Programs (Brazil, South Africa, Germany, Australia, Asia...
Read more about Digital Transformation
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.